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Export from Access to Multiple Excel Sheets

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I can successfully export a table/qry from Access to Excel using ransferspreadsheet.  I would like to take this another step and, when exporting a table, create a seperate sheet for every account that it is in the table.  The number of accounts can fluctuate in the table (which is created by a qry).  I would also like the sheet names to be the name of the account.  Is this possible?  I currently just overwirte the existing Excel workbook, but it would nice if I could choose to save this file when run instead of always overwriting the file and then opening/saving somewhere else.

Thanks in advance.
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OK.  Not to get ahead of myself, but I think I can follow that and tweak to meet my needs.

Quick question, this code looks to save to a specific file...

    xlObj.activeworkbook.SaveAs "C:\Documents and Settings\ss974c\Desktop\WSAVerification.xls"

How can I set this up so a user is prompted where to save and what name to save it under?
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you will need the codes from this link

http://www.lebans.com/callbackbrowser.htm
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Perfect!  Thanks.
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